Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Springfield Physician/School Board Member To Announce Run For 30th Senate Seat

Michael Hoeman, a Springfield physician and 8-year school board member who has been active in the Chamber of Commerce and the Greene County Medical Society, plans to announce his candidacy for the State Senate representing District 30 to supporters and other interested parties on Monday, November 23 at 11:30 am in the Frisco Room of the Library Station*.

Dr. Hoeman, a Springfield resident since 1983, is a physician at The Diagnostic Clinic where he has worked for 26 years. Since 2001 he has been a member of the Springfield School Board.

In email to supporters Hoeman said, “Quality health care and a quality education are critical to the future success of the Springfield area and Missouri. These topics, along with working to secure a brighter economic future for Missourians were key motivators in making this decision to announce my candidacy.”

The only other person running for the office at this time is Bob Dixon, who is losing his job as representative for 140th house district because of term limits. He is the son of former Springfield State Representative Jean Dixon.

*The Library Station is located at 2535 North Kansas Expressway in Springfield, Missouri.

(photo credit KY3 Political Notebook.)

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